Will you help our patients and families make memories this Christmas?
We have one goal at St Margaret’s Hospice Care - to bring peace, comfort, and dignity to every patient we care for, whether that’s at home in the community or in our In-patient unit. We know Christmas can be a very difficult and emotional time for some, so we make a huge effort to make Christmas Day as perfect and happy as we possibly can for our patients and their loved ones.
Therefore, we are hoping you will join us this Christmas and support our brand-new Christmas Campaign - 12 Days of Christmas Fundraising. The Campaign represents 12 days of fundraising, giving and acts of kindness, which will be very valuable this Christmas. You can take part in any activity, whenever you wish, or you can join us from Day 1 on Monday 14 December right up until Christmas Eve. We know that the festive season will be very different, so all 12 ideas can be carried out virtually or non-virtually. We’d love you to get involved!
Alternatively, you can send an eco-friendly eCard to a friend, family member or your whole office and gift a donation to St Margaret's Hospice Care this Christmas. Click here to send an eCard.
How to take part
If you are interested in joining us and taking part in 12 Days of Christmas Fundraising, please complete the form below to request an e-fundraising pack or a physical fundraising pack in the post. Or you can call us on 01823 365315 or email us on email@example.com. Likewise, if you have any questions, please do get in touch.
Once you've finished your fundraising you'll probably want to get the money you've raised to St Margaret's as safely and securely as possible. For help with this please read our How to pay your money in guide.
Please ensure you follow the latest Government guidance on COVID-19 when organising and participating in your fundraising activities.
Your support this Christmas
No matter how big or small your contribution is, every donation will help us to make Christmas a little brighter for our patients and their families, who are facing life-limiting illnesses in Somerset.
||£5 could help pay for a Christmas meal for one of our patients on our In-patient unit.
||£30 could help pay for a telephone counselling session, supporting someone who has recently lost their own loved one.
||£100 could help pay for the cost of a community visit by a Specialist Nurse helping to keep a patient at home with their family this Christmas.